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Heavy Steel Part Fabrication

Heavy Steel Part Fabrication

Laser cut, bent, and welded steel parts to be light post adapters for civic utility use.

 

If you look close there is a great edge finish on the 3/4" plate off our HK Laser

If you look close there is a great edge finish on the 3/4" plate off our HK Laser

Nothing much to say about this photo other than it's an arty photo of our Fronius welding equipment and one of our super skilled welders. 

Nothing much to say about this photo other than it's an arty photo of our Fronius welding equipment and one of our super skilled welders. 

Below is a video of the part being welded. In the middle of the weld you'll notice there is almost no noise and no spatter which is a great thing!   This means that the program we have for the welder to weld 10g plate to 3/4" plate is almost perfect. 

New Deburing Machine

Our new de-buring machine has arrived!  This machine takes flat parts that are cut on other machines and breaks the sharp edge.  It can also get rid of slag or burrs that are produced during the cutting process.

The machine can also refinish the surface of the material to give it a brushed finish. 

 

Here is an overall view of the machine from HK Laser & Systems.  Even though Lean Machine's official color is red, we are starting to get a lot of blue in the shop! 

Here is an overall view of the machine from HK Laser & Systems.  Even though Lean Machine's official color is red, we are starting to get a lot of blue in the shop! 

Here inside the machine you can see that large brushes spin and the entire assembly rotates depending on the setting you choose for grain direction, etc. 

Here inside the machine you can see that large brushes spin and the entire assembly rotates depending on the setting you choose for grain direction, etc. 

Here is an aluminum laser cut part about to be fed into the machine.  Laser cutting aluminum usually leaves a burr all of the way around the cut edges.  A part such as this could take someone approximately 2 minutes to debur properly. The small holes you see in the conveyor are actually vacuum ports which help to hold the part in place while the brushes do their work. 

Here is an aluminum laser cut part about to be fed into the machine.  Laser cutting aluminum usually leaves a burr all of the way around the cut edges.  A part such as this could take someone approximately 2 minutes to debur properly. The small holes you see in the conveyor are actually vacuum ports which help to hold the part in place while the brushes do their work. 

Here is a view of the brushes about to do their work on the part!   The shape of the "fingers" on the brushes makes sure that the inside of every hole and cutout are well looked after.

Here is a view of the brushes about to do their work on the part!   The shape of the "fingers" on the brushes makes sure that the inside of every hole and cutout are well looked after.

The finished part exiting the machine is completely free of burrs and sharp edges.  You'll also notice the large surface of the part has received a slight brushed finish which helps eliminate small scratches on the surface of the part. 

The finished part exiting the machine is completely free of burrs and sharp edges.  You'll also notice the large surface of the part has received a slight brushed finish which helps eliminate small scratches on the surface of the part.